Thursday, April 20, 2017

Dreams of Risk: Inception 2017 is Nearly Here (With an Amazing Risk Track...)

We're in the home stretch for Inception 2017, with exciting new information to share on the details of the conference program and the (near and dear to my heart) risk track.

I wanted to take a moment to highlight a slice of the great risk content that will be featured. Once again, we have a dedicated Risk Roundtable program track on Wednesday. That includes a GC breakfast session. (And we have a "risk day pass" option available for qualified attendees. Email: for details and check our program PDF for session descriptions, which you can download here:

Some key sessions, panels and topics which should incite interest:
  • Panel summary and discussion of key takeaways from the morning GC breakfast
  • Risk staffing approaches for conflicts management
  • Enhancing the business impact of risk management
  • Making the case for investing in risk
  • Expanding client evaluation (beyond conflicts, how to address client health, strategic alignment and other factors)
  • Enhancing intake through better client requirements and terms of business management
  • Integrating third party data into business acceptance
  • Case studies about migrating from legacy conflicts applications
  • Advanced topics and scenarios in new business intake
  • Advanced topics in conflicts management and compliance (AML, KYC, etc)
  • Addressing business intake/conflicts management as part of general Practice Management System (PMS) migrations and upgrades
  • Information security trends and drivers
  • Why Walls, information barriers and screens now matter more than ever
Complementing the risk content PDF, the latest agenda, event overview and a new “Dear Manager” letter template (for those who might need some assistance making the case for investment to their supervisors) are all online at:

(This is a great opportunity for the legal risk community to get together in an amazing and inspiring forum. Hope to see you there!)

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